You are here


Duo top LaBelle's tourney

Jason Cain and Dan Tucker had a three-fish total of 14.22 pounds to snare the annual Rainy Lake Fall Bass Classic title held Saturday at La Belle's Birch Point Camp on Northwest Bay.

The duo also weighed in the biggest fish of the one-day tournament—a 5.31-pound lunker.


I have had the wonderful opportunity to live and raise my family in Emo for the past 25 years.

I have been actively involved in the community for many years, and have had the pleasure of meeting many residents young and old. Emo has been, and will continue to be, an amazing place to live, work, and play.


In a story last Wednesday about the 40th anniversary of the Fort Frances Museum and Cultural Centre, one of the names mentioned who made the dream of Fort Frances having its own museum come true was incorrect.

Irvin S. Livingston should have been listed among the names, not Earl Livingston.

The Times regrets any inconvenience or confusion this error may have caused.


After being raised on a farm in a small community in Saskatchewan, I went on to earn a degree in agriculture from the U. of S. As a professional agrologist, my career has included jobs in both government and business dealing with various aspects of the agriculture industry.


My name is Michael Loney and I am running for the position of mayor in the Township of Emo's municipal election.

Having been born and raised in Emo, I have a strong desire to see this community continue to grow and prosper. I have been privileged over the last four years to serve Emo as an elected councillor and deputy mayor.